Category: Precious Metals
As the end of 2017 draws near, we start to wonder what will be big in engagement rings in 2018. One trend we can’t see fading is the ever-growing obsession with rose gold.
The term vintage inspired engagement ring is a very loose term to describe designs inspired by a time once passed. If you are under the impression that all vintage style rings look the same, then you are well and truly mistaken.
Pink on pink, it is the ultimate combination for a princess, for a girl who loves a touch of prettiness and when it comes to an engagement ring, this may well be her ultimate combination. Rose gold has made a huge comeback in recent years, perhaps even challenging the popularity of yellow and white gold.
Rose gold is the precious metal of the moment and in our opinion it isn’t just a fad, we feel it’s just that it has been rediscovered again.
Once you have found the “one” and have made that significant, life changing decision to ask for her hand in marriage, the next inevitable step is to purchase “the” ring. So when it comes to purchasing an engagement ring are there any rules to abide to?
Recently a love affair has struck like no other… That is the love affair with rose gold. Women across the globe are falling in love all over again with this beautiful coloured metal. Once upon a time it was the most popular choice of metal for jewe
Choosing an engagement ring is somewhat like choosing an outfit. Although an engagement ring is a much more permanent, ‘never’ changing choice and for this reason alone it is important to get it right. When choosing what we wear we consider our s
If you take a moment to survey the general population’s jewellery you would be forgiven for thinking that yellow gold is a thing of the past. What is the popular choice for most? White metals. And when it comes to engagement and wedding rings the t
When choosing a piece of fine jewellery, whether ready-made or custom-made, there is a long list of things to consider. It is a good idea to write some of the key points down and work out what is at the top of the priority list and what is down the b
Palladium is the lesser known of the precious metals yet it has been used in jewellery since the 1930s. Palladium belongs to the same family as Platinum, which also includes, Iridium, Ruthenium and Azmium. Like Platinum, Palladium is strong and durab